• Plastics Industry Launches Zero Net Waste Program
    SPI launched the Zero Net Waste (ZNW) program Monday, a groundbreaking tool for members to use to evaluate waste reduction opportunities and maximize landfill diversion.
  • Plastics Industry: Ellen MacArthur Foundation Report Shows Plastics Too Valuable to Waste
    Patty Long, Senior Vice President of Industry Affairs with SPI: The Plastics Industry Trade Association, which represents the $427-billion U.S. plastics industry, issued the following remarks today regarding the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s recent report, “The New Plastics Economy: Rethinking the Future of Plastics."
  • Recycling and Sustainability Leaders to Speak at SPI’s Re|focus Recycling Summit & Expo
    SPI: The Plastics Industry Trade Association announced today that Jeannette Garcia, from IBM Almaden Research Facility, Hugo Contreras of the Nature Conservancy and Monique Oxender, chief sustainability officer at Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. will speak in separate sessions at the Re|focus Recycling Summit & Expo, hosted by SPI on April 25-27 at Rosen Shingle Creek in Orlando, Fla.
  • Innovation and Market Demands Drive Plastics Growth in Building and Construction Sector
    The building and construction sector, currently the second largest consumer of plastics behind packaging, will increasingly use plastics and plastics derivatives given its wide functionality and distinct advantage over other traditional building materials in terms of flexibility, lower costs, energy and weathering efficiency, and durability according to an SPI report issued today at the 2016 International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas.

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